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  1. The Arts Council lobbied for quality street furniture during the 1950’s. Pictured: Elizabeth Lane

  2. Janet Bingham visits the studio of Lutz Haufschild to view a sculpture he entered for sale in the juried Studio Fair.

  3. Soprano Betty Phillips at one of her secondary school appearances for Artists for Schools.

  4. An assistant to Queen Charlotte artist Rufus Moody explains the significance of a Haida mask. Mr. Moody donated some of the proceeds from Studio Fair sales to the Arts Council.

  5. Author Lister Sinclair with students at Gladstone School as part of the Artists for Schools program.

  6. Dr. Dorothy Somerset (right) at the BC Arts Resources Conference at UBC.

  7. In Memoriam: Mary Roaf Mary first became involved with the Arts Council in 1951. She served as president from 1954 to 1956 and was a staunch advocate of planting street trees downtown. Mary is pictured here with Mayor Phillip Owen at the Arts Council’s Historical Exhibit, February 1996.

  8. In Memoriam: Mary Roaf November 13, 1913 to October 15, 2009